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Profective

Lapper

Created by: Lapper

Pronunciation: pro-FEKT-ihv

Sentence: John was found to be quite profective when his lack of heart permitted him to be one of the country's top assassins.

Etymology: The prefix "pro-" and "defective".

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Disabenefit

Created by: ziggy41

Pronunciation: Diss-ah-ben-ah-fet

Sentence: I was surprised to realize that my "anger problem" is a disabenefit that could make me tons of money. Dressing up as made-up people for "The Jerry Springer Show" is easy!

Etymology: Disability (defect) + benefit (an asset)

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Achilleshail

SethelMerman

Created by: SethelMerman

Pronunciation: uh-Kill-ease-Hayl

Sentence: Who knew that the fluctuting voice would be just what they were looking for in casting the commercial. Thank God for my Achilleshail.

Etymology: Achilles Heel-a (fatal) weakness in spite of overall strength + Hail-to acclaim

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Dumbskill

Created by: jrogan

Pronunciation: dum-skil

Sentence: In person, everyone thought Annie was a complete numskull. She was always chattering about whatever was on her mind, which was not too much. (She had the attention span of a gnat, and an addiction to celebrity gossip.) It was a dumbskill that she made the most of on twitter, where she had 1000 followers.

Etymology: dumbskull + skill

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COMMENTS:

They say, in order to 'keep ahead of the game' and 'to remain relevent in the workplace' workers should dumbskill every 5 years. - scrabbelicious, 2009-07-31: 11:41:00

The dumber the better... - jrogan, 2009-07-31: 12:35:00

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Impairmight

Created by: splendiction

Pronunciation: IM pair might

Sentence: Beatta shrieked excitedly, “you mean I can keep everything as clean as I want? Including my hands?” Her impairment would become her impairmight, as long as she agreed to wear gloves.

Etymology: From: impairment and might.

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Epiphaclick

Created by: bubbos

Pronunciation: e-pi-fa-click

Sentence: Tom acknowledges that Sally's stubbornness as an epifaclick for her career.

Etymology: epiphany + click, for it all to click in

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Prozactivity

Created by: scrabbelicious

Pronunciation: Pro-zac-teh-vit-ie

Sentence: Positive discrimination my eye!, thought Julie during her job interview, what I need is some prozactivity, these pills do pay for themselves you know...it says so on the packet.

Etymology: Bonding of 1) Prozac, brand of antidepressant favoured by actor Tom Cruise. 2) Productivity, daily pursuit of the gainfully employed or 10% of actors. 3) activity, type of collective movement engaged in by groups that gather in flurries, as in "a flurry of activiy in the office"

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COMMENTS:

An excellent example of prozactive problem solving! - jrogan, 2009-07-31: 10:38:00

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Blurse

Created by: Msumida

Pronunciation: Replace the w in worse with bl.

Sentence:

Etymology: Combination of "blessing" and "curse" from the the saying, "It's a blessing and a curse."

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Flawsome

Created by: hamburgerman

Pronunciation: flaw sum

Sentence: OMG! dude, thats totally flawsome!

Etymology: flaw + awesome = flawsome

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COMMENTS:

no comment - hamburgerman, 2009-08-20: 21:34:00

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Faultility

Created by: Clayton

Pronunciation: fawl-TIL-i-tee

Sentence: Madeline's faultility was her incessant nose-blowing. Her husband thought of divorcing her, but she was such an amazing duck call.

Etymology: fault + utility

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